Sad! Nigerian Player Received Death Threats, Find Out Who

The Super Eagles player, Sani Kaita went down memory lane in this chat with sports to discuss how he suffered depression and received death threats from Nigerians when he got a red card during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
Sani Kaita
He also added that he is still interested in playing for the Super Eagles, but has not been recalled since he was red carded at the tournament.
Excerpts: What messages do you have for the Super Eagles in camp as they are preparing for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers?

Kaita: Well, I just want to advise every player that will be in the camp to give it all for the team, because for some it’s a new opportunity for them and for the returning ones, they should keep pushing, and of course, I am wishing the new coaching crew the best of luck. I believe the guys will keep doing Nigerians proud. Do you see yourself getting a Super Eagles call up under coach Oliseh?

Kaita: Well, I wish to have a chance again, I am always grateful to play for this great nation, but I am not thinking about that now, firstly I must settle at the club before anything, so, I am more particular about clubs issues first before thinking of the national team but if I get the call, why not? What inspired your return to Enyimba last season after many years in Europe?

Kaita: I have a passion for the game,that was why I came back home, and, of course, playing in Nigeria after many years in Europe is a new experience for me. Which club are you with now, and why did you leave FC Ifeanyi Ubah?

Kaita: As soon as we conclude everything with FC Ifeanyi Ubah, I will start with Kano Pillars by the Grace of God. The Sani Kaita in U20 and the Sani Kaita now, what has changed?

Kaita: Of course, I have gathered a lot of huge experiences. Why did you collect a red card at the 2010 world cup and do you think it was a fair one?

Kaita: I collected that card because of bad action, bad mistake from me and I am being human and I pray it will not happen to any Nigerian again. It was indeed a terrible experience for my career. What lessons did it teach you and what advice will you give other footballers?

Kaita: Hmm lessons, many things can and are happening in football field , I just hope and pray it won’t happen to any Nigerian player ever again. You seem to be psychologically affected?

Kaita: I battled an acute depression in many ways of course, infact, I dont want to say now and start explaining my experience, because, I have already put them behind me. It was that bad?

Kaita: I received death threats from Nigerians, it was damn much. Glory to God I am still alive standing strong.